Taizhou JinenU New Energy Co., LTD




This supplier is exhibiting at Intersolar Europe.

Product Groups

  • Crystalline modules

Contact Information

+86 533 7028999
Taizhou JinenU New Energy Co., LTD
568 Taizhou Road, Jiangyan District
225300 Taizhou/Jiangsu, China
Individual company presentation

Since the founding in 2020, JinenU Solar Group (JinenU) has always focused on customized manufacturing of solar modules. With a wealth of experience in product development and vertical integration of manufacturing processes, JinenU offers high-efficiency solar products and personalized services tailored to meet each customer's specific needs.

JinenU Solar offers cutting-edge solar modules and favorable business opportunities to its partners by virtue of its experienced teams, efficient service mechanisms, and advanced intelligent production equipment. Through OEM/ODM and customized manufacturing, JinenU Solar is driving innovative development of the SMC mode( Solar Module Customization) within the PV industry.

We take the unique advantages of different locations by deploying large-scale industrial capability, enabling us to offer high-quality manufacturing and customized services. One-stop multi-location manufacturing and delivery service strategy is achieved through our headquarters in Taizhou, Jiangsu, and manufacturing bases in Zibo, Shandong, and Tai’an, Shandong, with existing capacity of 10GW. By the end of 2023, we will expand to 6 production bases with a total capacity of 20GW.

Integrating materials, production and its operation, from raw material warehousing, production planning, and equipment monitoring to finished product delivery, all can be managed through online scheduling, forming a closed production loop. Additionally, we rely on a powerful data acquisition engine and integrated data acquisition channels to achieve traceable data throughout the production process. This enables quality data to be tracked and statistically analyzed, providing a reliable basis for process improvement and quality enhancement. By using an efficient and precise scientific production management system, we have reduced production costs and increased capacity utilization, ensuring timely delivery of high-efficient solar modules with stable performance to global customers.

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